The Door

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Author(s): Andy Marino
Original Publish Date: May 01, 2014
eAudio - unabridged
Audio (7.77 hours)
Product Number: Z100129205
Released: Sep 13, 2017
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781338246858
Narrator/s: Allyson Ryan
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The story of a girl whose strange life in a mysterious lighthouse is turned upside down when her mother's murder leads her to a hidden door--and a mission into an alternate world. Hannah Silver has a secret. She can sense things that other people can't, like the cotton-candy smell of a bad sign, or the weightless touch of an approaching storm. Or the warm, smooth voices of people who aren't really there. In the Cliff House, secrets of all kinds float through the air and bounce off the walls. Secrets that have passed from generation to generation--until they suddenly stop. When Hannah finds her mom murdered outside of their lighthouse, she discovers there are secrets even she doesn't know about. Secrets that will take her through a mysterious door--and into an unknown, other world.

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The Door
Product Number: BX00069078
Product Number:DD11787
Product Number:Z100129205

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Author(s): Andy Marino
Narrator(s): Allyson Ryan
Product Number DD11787
Released: Apr 29, 2014
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9780545675727

Professional reviews

"Narrator Allyson Ryan does a lot to improve this audiobook. Hannah lives an isolated life with her mother, who has finally agreed to allow her homeschooled daughter enter public school. They live in a lighthouse, which has a secret door that leads to the city of the dead. When her mother is murdered, Hannah ventures through the door to find her. Ryan should be commended for dogged consistency with individual voices, particularly those of HannahÕs imaginary friends, Belinda and Nancy, who ameliorate the confusing, implausible plot. Ryan adjusts her pacing with ease to match both the choppy action scenes and surreal afterlife descriptions. Though the story lacks cohesiveness, Ryan blends the main and secondary characters into an enjoyable ensemble. M.F.T. © AudioFile 2014, Portland, Maine"

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